New Delhi, Apr 10 (PTI) All four BJP MLAs, including Opposition leader Vijender Gupta, were today marshalled out of the House as they continuously demanded a discussion on the alleged water crisis.

As the BJP MLAs — Gupta, O P Sharma, M S Sirsa and Jagdish Pradhan –trooped into the Well of the House and continuously demanded the discussion on the issue, Speaker Ram Niwas Goel ordered them to be marshalled out.

Gupta alleged that the government was “running away” from the discussion on the “water crisis” due to which people have been facing a lot of problem.

The Leader of Opposition said that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has the charge of water and demanded his resignation over the alleged “water crisis”.

Yesterday, Gupta was also marshalled out while three BJP MLAs stated a walkout over the issue.

Dirty water is allegedly being supplied in various areas of the city, but government is not “serious” to address people’s problems, Gupta alleged.

Opposition member Manjinder Singh Sirsa said that despite having the charge of water, the chief minister did not come to the House as he does not want a discussion on the alleged water crisis.

Sirsa claimed that he has given Rs 4 crore from his MLA fund to resolve water problem in his Rajouri Garden constituency, but the government was not “serious” about the discussion.

Gupta said that if the government does not address the “water crisis” at the earliest, all four BJP MLAs will go to several areas to strongly take up the issue.

This is published unedited from the PTI feed.